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The Hípico Piedra Grande Equestrian Clubhouse is located on eight hectares of land surrounded by forest in the State of Mexico. The project seeks to alter the site as little as possible, using the materials it offers such as stone and wood, looking for a contemporary language that in turn was appropriate for the context. The layout of the clubhouse...
Project name
Hipico Piedra Grande
Architecture firm
Studio rc
Location
Salazar Huixquilucan, State of Mexico, Mexico
Photography
Cesar Belio
After finding sprouts of the endangered and endemic Guaiacum coulteri species, Fundación Casa Wabi created a nursery for the care and reproduction of Guayacan tree.The Guayacan Nursery is found upon entering the area of Casa Wabi area, next to the entrance. It is the first pavilion by location and the fourth intervention within this complex. Howeve...
Project name
Guayacan Pavilion (Pabellón Guayacan)
Architecture firm
Ambrosi Etchegaray
Location
Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico
Photography
Jaime Navarro, Sergio López, Arlette del Hoyo
This project emerged from the need to provide high-quality lodging in an area where most Airbnbs have failed to capture the true essence of the context. Instead of building a generic house that could be anywhere, the team of architects decided to design a structure that reflected the rich local culture and provided guests with a unique and unforget...
Project name
Sierra Madre House
Architecture firm
JALO
Location
Zacatecas, Mexico
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Revit, Ecotec, Morpholio, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Just one hour south of Mexico City, the town of Tepoztlán is located within a valley with a pleasant, temperate climate and nestled within three rock formations, including El Tepozteco. These geographic and climatic conditions produce constant and abundant vegetation; it brims with a diversity of flora, and shelters both mountain and subtropical sp...
Project name
La Hacienda Jardín
Architecture firm
Práctica Arquitectura
Location
Tepoztlán, Morelos, Mexico
Photography
César Béjar, Oscar Hernández
The nostalgia inherited from the Belle Époque for French art is reflected in this house; balustrades, irregular finishes on the trestles and an arch at the main entrance. The premise in the Casona59 project was to preserve the spirit and memory of the building, restoring the cedar wood doors and windows, which were returned to their original state,...
Project name
Casona 59
Architecture firm
Taller Estilo Arquitectura
Location
Calle 59 por 78 Colonia Centro, Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
The house proposes a way of living that starts from a continuous dialogue with the landscape in which it is located. An irregular terrain at the end of a closed street, merging in some portion, to the semicircle of the roundabout that completes the residential area where TOMM House stars with its powerful personality of right angles. It is a Volume...
Project name
TOMM House (Casa TOMM)
Architecture firm
Mauricio Alonso. m aquitecturA
Location
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Photography
Rafael Gamo
The exterior walls of the house are designed to mimic the texture and surface of natural rock, giving it the appearance of being part of the mountain. Large windows and sliding glass doors frame the stunning nature views and allow natural light to flood the home's interior.
Project name
Mountain House
Architecture firm
AI VIZARQ
Location
Borneo, Malaysia
Tools used
Midjouney AI, Adobe Photoshop
Casa Quintana I is the first part of a project of two vacation homes. Located in the center of the magical town of Valle de Bravo, estado de México.
Project name
Casa Quintana I (Quintana House)
Architecture firm
MXTAD
Location
Valle de Bravo, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello